Parks & Trails



Chesterfield has over 597 acres of beautiful parkland and trails available for residents and neighboring communities. Music and movie lovers can enjoy free concerts and movies at our state-of-the-art amphitheater. Nature lovers can go for a bike ride on one of our many trails or take a peaceful stroll around our lakes and paths. 

CHESTERFIELD VALLEY ATHLETIC COMPLEX
17925 North Outer 40 Road
The Chesterfield Valley Athletic Complex (CVAC) is a 176-acre complex in the Valley consists of Catch 22 Miracle Field, 19 ball diamonds, 14 multi-purpose fields (soccer, football, lacrosse and Ultimate Frisbee), 12 practice baseball/softball practice fields, 6 sand volleyball courts, 4 concession buildings, 2 playgrounds and 4 parking lots. Catch 22 Miracle Field is a baseball field for children with disabilities in Chesterfield.

CENTRAL PARK
16365 Lydia Hill Drive
The 39-acre Central Park is located just off Chesterfield Parkway and has a full spectrum of amenities to entertain all ages and interests.  Whether you are visiting the park for a serene experience with nature, celebrating the dog days of summer at the pool or looking for an exciting night of music at the amphitheater, Central Park has it all. Central Park also offers a variety of beautiful sculptures that art lovers and visitors can appreciate. Take a leisure walk around the park and admire the one-of-a-kind sculptures along the lake and playground path. Central Park offers a backdrop of beautiful scenery with benches and pedestrian paths along the river walk and is surrounded by the mature trees tucked away from the crowds. 

RIVER'S EDGE PARK
North of Taubman Mall
This peaceful 188-acre passive park is conveniently located near the heart of Chesterfield Valley, but is tucked quietly away from the bustling retail commerce just south of the Missouri River.  To access the heart of the park, visitors walk less than half a mile on a crushed limestone trail before the trail opens up to a beautiful lake surrounded by a wall of mature trees on every side. The trail continues around the entire 1.6 mile circumference of the lake and branches off to two boardwalks and a mulched trail.  The park offers a convenient boating dock attached to a park shelter for fishing enthusiasts.  The Parks, Recreation & Arts Department has provided the copious amount of fish that occupy the lake.  River’s Edge Park parking is in the shared parking lot on the western edge of the Chesterfield Outlets. The park is open year-round from sunrise to sunset.

W.F. DIERBERG MEDITATION PARK
13701 Olive Boulevard
The W.F. Dierberg Meditation Park is a 2-acre park that features walking paths, open green space, park benches, a butterfly garden and a fountain.

EBERWEIN PARK (DOG PARK)

1627-1657 Old Baxter Road
This 18-acre park is named after the Eberwein family who first settled in Chesterfield over 100 years ago. The Eberwein family used this land as a farm and their residence up until the time of purchase by the city. To preserve the history, character, and charm of the site, the Eberwein Park was designed as a passive community park with a farm-like theme. To accomplish this, the existing large red barn, which was originally constructed in the early 1900s, has been preserved. 

VETERANS HONOR PARK
Veterans Place Drive (South Entrance of the Chesterfield Amphitheater)
The United States Armed Forces deserve to be honored, remembered and appreciated for their vital role in the preservation of freedom throughout history. The Veterans Honor Park is a place for families and individuals to gather in honor of veterans. The park is designed to be inviting, uplifting, engaging and safe and is located along the west side of Veterans Place Drive in Chesterfield’s Central Park. Visitors will find opportunities for both educational discovery and contemplative retrospection. The park is be open to all during regular park hours. For more information about Veterans Honor Park or to make a donation, visit vhp.chesterfield.mo.us.

RAILROAD PARK (IN DEVELOPMENT)
17410 Edison Avenue
This 33-acre park is currently undeveloped, and will ultimately be used for passive recreation opportunities. Currently there is a grass-mowed trail there for use that is close to a mile in length just off the Monarch Levee Trail.

WETLAND TRAILS
17925 North Outer 40 Road
The City currently operates and maintains 43 acres of wetland area, located on the east side of the A5 field at the CVAC on the north side of the levee, which consists of a nature trail and boardwalk.  

RIPARIAN TRAIL
16365 Lydia Hill Drive
The Riparian Trail is a half mile long and is part of a five-phase plan to construct a pedestrian/bike path, which will begin near the Chesterfield Family Aquatic Center and will extend to Old Chesterfield Road.  Parking is available at the Aquatic Center parking lot. Phase two and three of construction begin in 2020 and will add approximately three quarters of a mile to the trail.

MONARCH-CHESTERFIELD LEVEE TRAIL - TRAIL PARTIALLY CLOSED.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
The Monarch Chesterfield Levee Trail is an 11-mile long trail that encompasses the majority of commercial, industrial and recreational land uses in Chesterfield Valley.  The new bridge path, completed in June 2016, connects the Monarch Levee Trail in St. Louis County to the Katy Trail in St. Charles County. The Monarch Chesterfield Levee provides an exceptional trail riding experience for over 250 miles.
 
CONWAY CEMETERY
14696 Conway Road
The City maintains the 2.5-acre Conway Cemetery located off of Conway Road. 

These parks were developed in a cooperative partnership agreements with the Rockwood and Parkway School Districts:

CHESTERFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PARK 
17700 Wildhorse Creek Road
This 3.4 acre Rockwood School District park features a playground, walking path, multipurpose court, athletic fields, and a parking lot.

RIVER BEND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PARK
 
224 River Valley Drive
This 3-acre Parkway School District park features a playground, hard-surface multipurpose courts, athletic fields, walking path and a parking lot.

GREEN TRAILS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PARK
 
170 Portico Drive
This 5-acre Parkway School District features a playground, hard-surface multipurpose courts, athletic fields, walking path and a parking lot.